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Vol-5 Issue-2
1. Nature Talk
2. Agrobiodiversity Conservation And Tribal Women of Koraput, Odisha
3. Development and Tribal Women of Odisha
4. Transition from Ethnic Group to Ethnic Identity
5. A Study on Tibetan Refugees of Chandragiri, Odisha
6. Urbanisation, Migration and Poverty in Jharkhand:Problems and Prospects

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Development and Tribal Women of Odisha
Mishra, Subrata

 

    

Odisha occupies a special position in the tribal map of India. The state has the third highest tribal population in the country, and the tribals constitute 23% of the total population of the state. There are 62 tribal communities in Odisha out of which 13 communities are declared as primitive tribes. The districts of Mayurbhanj, Sundargarh, Koraput, Rayagada, Nawarangpur, Malkanagiri and Parts of Balasore, Keonjhar, Sambalpur, Gajapati, Ganjam, Kalahandi and Phulbani are declared as 'Scheduled Areas” under Article 244 (Fifth Schedule) of the Constitution of India.

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Vol-5 Issue-2
1. Nature Talk
2. Agrobiodiversity Conservation And Tribal Women of Koraput, Odisha
3. Development and Tribal Women of Odisha
4. Transition from Ethnic Group to Ethnic Identity
5. A Study on Tibetan Refugees of Chandragiri, Odisha
6. Urbanisation, Migration and Poverty in Jharkhand:Problems and Prospects

 

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